I want to know about some idioms and how to use them~
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You are right , they also add to the beauty of the language I guess...
so what would be your advice to a guy like me (not native English speaker) : be careful !
Or : you better learn them if you want to have fun?
I like rabbits...their meat is quite delicious

Adoni, don't tell me you are one of them rodent-eaters? Like in Peru?
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Is there anymore websites about idioms which you think it is good?
I want to learn more idioms before my exams.
Hello, Iris, welcome to the Forums!
If you google "English idioms", you'll find several addresses.
I couldn't help smiling Pieanne, when I read you remark...to be sincere , I happened to taste rabbit's meat only once, and believe me, as I said it was nothing but delicious..IHad I had to eat it again It would be with pleasure....I'm sorry I can't say the same for its other cousins (mouse, rat, squirrel....etc)...The sight of them alone gives me the shiver.
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Oh! You're a rodent-"ater", then? Emotion: smile
like that American comedian - I quite like children, but I couldn't eat a whole one.
Here is a link to a post containing ocean of Idioms.

[url="http://www.EnglishForward.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=93222#93222 "]Idioms[/url]
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My name is Pedro and I would like so so muchh to improve my english. I'm studying and working in Milano-Italy and I hope go to England, Germany or France very soon.
I'm spanish mother tongue and I know very well Italian, then you can write me if you know more about this language


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